Turks & Caicos Islands

by Annalisa Rellie and Tricia Hayne

Turks & Caicos Islands

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Comprised of 200 miles of fine white sand beaches bordering turquoise seas, the 40 islands of the Turks and Caicos (TCI) - historically seen as an appendage of the Bahamas - form a unique Caribbean archipelago.With a pleasant climate all year round, TCI is one of the world's top destinations for diving and snorkelling. With coral reef reaching depths of more than 7,000ft, TCI is world-renowned for its wall diving. Turks and Caicos Islands also reveals the islands' lesser-known terrestrial attractions. Soak up Bermudian architecture in the historical old capital, Cockburn Town; visit one of the best museums in the Caribbean, inspired by the oldest shipwreck in the Americas at Molasses Reef; or simply unwind on one of the country's idyllic beaches.

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Tricia Hayne is an experienced scuba diver and author Bradt's "Cayman Islands". She spent over ten years working as Bradt's Editorial Director. Annalisa Rellie is an experienced travel and food journalist based in London. She is the author of Bradt's "Montenegro".

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(1) Introduction
(2) Chapter1 Background Information
(3) Chapter 2 Planning and Preparation
(4) Chapter 3 Practical Information
(5) Chapter 4 Diving and other activities
(6) Chapter 5 Grand Turk
(7) Chapter 6 Providenciales
(8) Chapter 7 North Caicos
(9) Chapter 8 Middle Caicos
(10) Chapter 9 South Caicos
(11) Chapter 10 Salt Cay
(12) Chapter 11 Privately owned islands (including latest resort developments on Ambergris Cay, West Caicos and East Caicos)
(13) Chapter 12 Uninhabited Cays and Nature reserves: Great Sand Cay etc.
(14) Appendix 1 Accommodation
(15) Appendix 2 Further reading
(16) Index